Was Nike able to improve on Matt’s favorite shoe of 2013, the Lunar Control? Read this review to find out.
You already know that TRUEs are insanely comfortable, but for 2014, TRUE is adding top tier style, too.
FootJoy’s new DNA golf shoe is their most intriguing shoe in years and it does not disappoint when it comes to performance.
Puma continues to push the envelope of technology to make lighter and more comfortable high performance golf shoes. Read Bill’s review on the new Biofusion Tour golf shoe to see what Plugged In Golf thinks of the latest Puma breakthrough.
If you’ve never checked out Ecco golf shoes, it’s time you start. The Street EVO One maintains Ecco’s reputation for quality and adds out-of-the-box comfort.
Travis Mathew is known for being one of the cool and casual brands of golf, but do their shoes match up to their reputation? Read Plugged In Golf’s take on the Travis Mathew Druskin here!
Nike is always a crowd favorite when it comes to new golf shoes. See what Bill thinks of the new Nike FI Impact golf shoe.
Super light, super comfortable, very breathable, incredible traction for a “spikeless” shoe, and surprisingly stable. I believe the Puma FAAS Lite Mesh to be the best spikeless shoe out right now.
Kikkor prides itself on making golfers more awesome. In this review, Plugged In Golf tells you if the Player Shoe will help you step up your game, on and off the course.